Racine Wisconsin’s John H. Batten Airport is located on over 450 acres of land and provides services to corporate, business and private aircraft twenty four hours a day, seven days each week. The general-aviation terminal is complete with pilot and passenger lounges, a flight planning facility equipped with computerized weather data and a conference room with audio/video services available to customers while at the airport. Batten International Airport is the largest privately owned, public-use, reliever airport in the United States.
The main runway (rwy 4/22) is 6,556 feet long, 100 feet wide and constructed of concrete. It is equipped with high-intensity runway lighting and an Instrument Landing System. The crosswind runway (rwy 14/32) is 4,824 feet long, 100 feet wide and constructed on asphalt with medium-intensity runway lighting. Both runways have lighted, full-length taxiways to enhance safety. Additional equipment includes the Horlick VOR (navigational station), the Paser NDB (navigational station) and an ASOS (Aviation Service Observation Station) operated by the National Weather Service.
Batten Airport has Jet a fuel and 100-low-lead Aviation Gasoline. Line service personnel are trained and certified to service all types of general aviation aircraft with refueling available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Services such as de-icing, catering, car rental, movies, courtesy cars and conference rooms are also available.
Batten Airport is also a port of entry. For Customs and Immigration contact Racine’s office @ (262) 633-0286, and they will handle your international garbage needs.
Batten Airport proudly offers twenty-four hour security with full perimeter fences and electronic gates to enhance the safety of its customers. Hangers are available for rent or sale for many different sizes of aircraft (subject to availability). Land is also available for lease for those customers wishing to build their own facility. There are currently 8 corporate facilities, 33 rental hangars and over 50 outside tie downs on the airport. There are industrial park facilities with available development land contiguous to the airport; please contact airport management with your specific requirements.
Elevation 674′ MSL
Lat: 42-45, 66 long: 87-48.2
2MI NW of city center
Traffic Pattern 1000 AGL
CLR DEL 120.15
MKE APP 119.65 – 120.15
CTAF, UNICOM, Pilot Controlled Lighting 123.075
Horlick VOR 117.7 (HRK) ASOS 635-0959
Paser NDB 206 (RAC)